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Miriam Satern
05-05-2003, 08:02 AM
I know I've posted this announcement before, but the position keeps
changing. This is the ABSOLUTE LAST TIME it will be re-defined and the last
time I post it on this listserv...I promise. Please respond to me or Dr.
Phillips if you have questions. Send all application materials to Dr.
Phillips. If you've already sent in your application packet, you don't need
to re-apply unless you want to re-define your qualifications for this
position.

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EXERCISE SCIENCE -- PHYSICAL EDUCATION

APPOINTMENT: Beginning August 18, 2003

QUALIFICATIONS: Doctoral degree required. Previous Collegiate teaching
preferred.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
TEACHING:
1. Undergraduate biomechanics for physical education majors and minors.
2. May also teach courses from the following areas depending on expertise:
motor development, anatomy & physiology, fitness/wellness.

RESEARCH:
3. Involvement in scholarly/research activities in area(s) of expertise to
include professional presentations and publications in refereed journals.
Housed in the Department is a 2-D Peak Performance System and A.D.A.M.
Computer laboratory.

SERVICE:
4. Membership on Departmental, College and University committees.
5. Membership and service to appropriate professional associations.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES TO INCLUDE:
1. Chairing Master's degree theses in area(s) of expertise.
2. Serving on Master's degree theses committees.

RANK & SALARY: Assistant or Associate Professor, depending on experience and
qualifications. Salary contingent upon qualifications and experience.

DEPARTMENT: The Department of Physical Education, with an enrollment of 400
undergraduate and 125 graduate students, is housed in the College of
Education and Human Services. Faculty and Administrators in the College are
committed to the use of instructional technology and distance learning to
carry out their academic mission. Additional graduate classes are offered
each semester in the Quad Cities, approximately 75 miles north of the WIU
campus.

UNIVERSITY: Located in Macomb (population 19,000) with a regional center in
the Quad Cities (Moline & Rock Island, IL + Bettendorf & Davenport, IA),
Western Illinois University offers a caring and supportive learning
environment to more than 13,600 students in the heart of west central
Illinois. Western students have all the advantages of a large public
university -- strong faculty, state of the art technology and facilities,
and a wide range of academic and extracurricular opportunities in an
atmosphere that is free from the distractions and pretensions often
associated with large state schools. Western provides one of the lowest
student to full time faculty rations (16:1) of all public universities with
an average class size of 25 students. Western's 688 professors teach 95
percent of all undergraduate as well as graduate courses. The Leslie F.
Malpass Library ranks among the finest at non-doctoral institutions in the
United States. Western's presence in the Quad Cities spans more than 40
years. WIU-QC offers undergraduate and graduate programs to more than 1,500
students. The University invites applications from, and nominations of,
those who share a commitment to the very highest standards of teaching and
mentoring.

APPLICATION: Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, most recent
transcript and three current letters of reference which speak to your
qualifications to:
Dr. Donna Phillips, Chair
Department of Physical Education
211 Brophy Hall
Western Illinois University
1 University Circle
Macomb, IL 61455-1390

Telephone: 309.298.1981
FAX: 390.298.2981
e-mail: DS-Phillips@wiu.edu

Screening of applicants will begin on April 20, 2003 and continue until an
acceptable candidate is selected.

Western Illinois University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
employer and has a strong institutional commitment to diversity. In that
spirit, we are particularly interested in receiving applications from a
broad spectrum of people, including minorities, women, and persons with
disabilities. WIU has a non-discrimination policy that includes sex, race,
color, sexual orientation, religion, age, marital status, national origin,
disability, or veteran status.


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* Miriam N. Satern, Ed.D. * Phone: 309.298.1798 *
* Professor * Fax: 309.298.2981 *
* Department of Physical Education * E-Mail: MN-Satern@wiu.edu *
* Western Illinois University * *
* 1 University Circle * *
* Macomb, IL 61455-1390 * *
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